Manning Bar has booked metal band Slaughter to Prevail to play on 5 December this year. Slaughter to Prevail has…
Author: Veronica Lenard
In the death — or at least, decline — of individual privacy, we must act to keep collective privacy alive.
October’s SRC Meeting was characterised by shouts from all corners of the room, quorum concerns, and late night regulation checks.
This edition is not about me. It is about you, the person reading this right now, and every person who flicks through a copy of Honi or scrolls through our website.
The University of Sydney Student Representative Council and Postgraduate Representative Association have launched a petition with the New South Wales Legislative Assembly seeking transport concessions to be made available to all students in NSW, including part-time and international students.
The Australian Catholic University has proposed cuts to humanities disciplines, including the disestablishment of the Medieval and Early Modern Studies (MEMS) program and the Dianoia Institute of Philosophy, and job cuts across history, philosophy, political science, religion and theology subjects.
Whether you’ve listened to the cast recording or never heard a moment of it before, this version of Wicked manages to feel new and exciting. Between the wonderful cast, enchanting effects, and well-timed pacing, Wicked offers audiences a truly magical night at the theatre.
After the perceived success of the pilot program, the Business School wants to continue their use of Cadmus in the units currently using it. This is despite the extensive nature of Cadmus’ data collection and the concerns raised by Perkins and others in the eTools subcommittee.
This marks the third Honi ticket to be elected unopposed in the last four years.
Provided that the validity of these nominations are confirmed later this week, this means that all elections will be contested this year.